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LAW ENFORCEMENT: Silver City Police Blotter

The following information was obtained by the Silver City Police Department: Sept. 20 Unwanted Subject: Smokey Joe's advised an adult female was bothering customers, prompting police to issue a CTW. Vehicle Accident, No Injuries: Police took an accident report at the Volunteer Center in the 500 bloc

SILVER CITY SUN NEWS - 2017-09-21 18:47:58

Silver City police arrest two for DWI and six total over the weekend

SILVER CITY - The Silver City Police Department was busy over the weekend and garnered six arrests - two of which were by DWI. Officers responded to 56 calls for service and had 138 self-initiated activities. Michael Little of Silver City was arrested for aggravated driving while under the influence

SILVER CITY SUN NEWS - 2017-09-19 19:03:29

County approves use of OHVs

After two hours of discussion, a public hearing, and numerous amendments, Grant County commissioners approved an ordinance allowing off-highway vehicles to operate on paved county roads. Four people spoke during Tuesday's public hearing on the issue. Richard Maynes was the lone supporter of the ordi

THE SILVER CITY DAILY PRESS - 2017-09-20 07:00:00

Silver board to examine construction manager hire

The Silver Consolidated Schools Board of Education held off on approving a construction manager for more than $20 million worth of bond projects until they could get more information and some documentation on how the method the architect suggested works. The board heard a presentation Tuesday night

THE SILVER CITY DAILY PRESS - 2017-09-20 07:00:00

Southold Town Police blotter: Sept. 11 - Sept. 17

A Southold woman phoned called 911 on Sept. 11 when she heard a cell phone go off at her residence. Upon arrival, police officers determined that the woman's iPad was making the noise. On Sept. 12 police received a report of political signs being displayed within 100 feet of Cutchogue East School,

SOUTHOLDLOCAL.COM - 2017-09-20 21:17:36

Editorial: Supervisor speaks out on Sports East proposal

Scott Russell did something unusual this week when he called reporters to Town Hall to say publicly that he supports the Sports East project for Mattituck. He praised Paul Pawlowski, a developer of the proposed project, and said if Sports East can't find a home on Main Road the town should consider

RIVERHEAD NEWS-REVIEW - 2017-09-22 14:20:50

ZBA upholds Sports East notice of disapproval

The Southold Zoning Board of Appeals on Thursday upheld a notice of disapproval issued last December that the Sports East facility proposed for Mattituck did not meet the definition of a membership club. The use for such a facility is not permitted in the proposed site's zoning, the board upheld. T

RIVERHEAD NEWS-REVIEW - 2017-09-21 22:58:16

Meet the grand marshals of the East End Maritime Festival

When Richard and Lisa Israel moved to Greenport full-time in 1986, they quickly found a sense of community and immersed themselves in it. The couple values volunteerism, which contributed to their selection as grand marshals of this year's East End Maritime Festival. In announcing its choice of the

RIVERHEAD NEWS-REVIEW - 2017-09-22 09:59:23

Youth Group on a mission

COURTESY PHOTO | From left: Youth Group leader Bryan Knipfing, Abigail Kotula, Emma Gallagher, Lindsey Gallagher, Willie Gallant, Taylor McNemar, Amelia Reiter, Francesca Frasco, Isabella Sherman and leader Kate Davidson. Kneeling: Robert Harper. Members of the Shelter Island All-Faith Youth Group r

RIVERHEAD NEWS-REVIEW - 2017-09-22 12:00:43

Cleaning up the coast: A local look at a problem that unites the world

BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO | Camryn Page, Taylor Tybaert, Dr. Bill Zitek and Elizabeth Cummings cleaning the beaches of Mashomack Preserve. "Today, plastic has been found in 62% of all sea birds and in 100% of sea turtle species." These disturbing statistics come courtesy of the Ocean Conservancy and confi

RIVERHEAD NEWS-REVIEW - 2017-09-21 20:30:46

Shelter Island Reporter Editorial: Filling a vacuum

AMBROSE CLANCY PHOTO John Cronin, Shelter Island is the poorer with the resignation of John Cronin as town engineer. He took his responsibilities seriously, worked hard and honored a personal commitment to keep the public and the elected officials who appointed him aware of existing problems, and pe

RIVERHEAD NEWS-REVIEW - 2017-09-22 18:00:11

Princess Diner Workers Were Sexually Harassed, Threatened With Deportation, Advocacy Group Says

"If you disappear, nobody will look for you." It was just one of many threats that employees of the Princess Diner in Water Mill say they were subjected to on a daily basis while working for owner Richard Bivona and manager John Kalogeras, both of whom were arrested this week on felony criminal char

27EAST.COM - 2017-09-22 21:30:00

Stolen de Kooning Found: Was It for Money or Did Thief Just Want a Look?

East Hampton became the center of the art world for about 30 years after World War II when huge numbers of artists resettled in town and produced Abstract Expressionist paintings here. Jackson Pollock and Willem de Kooning were the most well known of them. Most lived hand-to-mouth, even swapping the

DANSPAPERS.COM - 2017-09-22 07:00:00

Bridgehampton Mosquito Sample Tests Positive For West Nile Virus

A mosquito sample tested last week in Bridgehampton by the Suffolk County Health Commissioner was positive for the West Nile Virus. The department tested 116 samples across Suffolk County on September 12; three samples, including one in Bridgehampton, tested positive for the virus, according to a p

27EAST.COM - 2017-09-21 22:48:00

Pond House On Briar Patch Road Sells For $25.9 Million

It took some patience and persistence on the part of the owners and their Compass representatives, but after years on the market and with an original ask of $39.5 million, the so-called Pond House at 81 Briar Patch Road in East Hampton has sold. The $25,920,000 purchase price would make it the bigge

27EAST.COM - 2017-09-21 19:10:00

EPCAL drug research/treatment center seeks tax breaks

The developers of a proposed addiction research and treatment center at the Enterprise Park at Calverton are the latest group seeking tax incentives from the Riverhead Industrial Development Agency. The center, known as Peconic Care, would occupy 40 acres on the southeastern portion of EPCAL. The la

RIVERHEAD NEWS-REVIEW - 2017-09-22 10:01:00

Coffin Races set for Griffing Avenue; Farmers Market bites the dust

The annual Halloween Parade and the new "coffin races" will be among the highlights of the Riverhead Business Improvement District's Halloween Festival this year. The BID management association has now finalized the specifics of its plans for it's second annual Halloween Festival. Members of the BID

RIVERHEAD NEWS-REVIEW - 2017-09-21 22:50:50

East Hampton Town Official Assaulted Outside Town Hall

A Springs man was detained by police at East Hampton Town Hall on Thursday after witnesses said he struck a town official outside the building. Witnesses say the man, Martin Drew, headbutted East Hampton Town Trustee James Grimes in the face in front of several people in the parking lot outside Tow

27EAST.COM - 2017-09-22 17:55:00

Police: Selectman shoplifted more than $600 from 2 stores

GREENWICH, Conn. (AP) - A government official in an affluent Connecticut town has been charged with shoplifting more than $600 in merchandise from two stores. The Greenwich Time (http://bit.ly/2wMvEFG ) reports that 46-year-old Greenwich Selectman Drew Marzullo has been charged with larceny. Clinton

NEW HAVEN REGISTER - 2017-09-22 14:20:17

Expert on gambling disorders in the miltiary to speak at conference

Clinton - An expert on gambling disorders among veterans and active military will be the keynote speaker at the Connecticut Council on Problem Gambling's 14th annual conference next month. The conference, "Empowering, Engaging, and Enriching in an Era of Expanded Gaming," is scheduled to take place

THEDAY - 2017-09-22 04:04:00